The Woodmere Annual: 82nd Juried Exhibition
About the Exhibition
The 82nd Juried Exhibition will be juried by Joanne Grüne-Yanoff.
Call to Artists
What is Belonging?
Belonging can be an idea, a memory, a concept we carry with us wherever we may find ourselves.
Juror Joanne Grüne-Yanoff invites makers to submit works that reflect on the question: What is Belonging?
Submissions can include two and three dimensional works, time based works (video, animation, sound), music, text, gardens, etc.
As part of the submission process, applicants will be asked to submit a word or sentence describing what belonging means to them, which may be integrated into an artwork that will be part of the exhibition.
About the Juror
Joanne Grüne-Yanoff is a Swedish-American transdisciplinary artist based in Stockholm, Sweden and Philadelphia, PA. In her practice she examines the individual’s charged relationship with the outside world. This exploration threads visually through her work and connects with workshops she runs with marginalized populations around the world to help build tools for finding home and community. Her installations explore connection and creative transformation as tools of resilience. joannegruneyanoffart.com
Starting January 15, 2024, submissions must be made online at woodmereartmuseum.slideroom.com and formatted as a JPG, GIF, PNG, MP3, MP4, or MOV file. Artists may submit up to FIVE artworks for consideration. Each artwork should be represented with one image only (two views if the artwork is three dimensional. Multiple views can be combined split-screen style into one image.) or in video format for animation, film, or other time-based media.
Entries sent via email or by mail will NOT be considered.
Images should be formatted so that the orientation of the work is clear. Full, accurate information for each submission must be supplied.
The online application fee is $20.00 and is non-refundable.
January 15–February 19, 2024
Artists will be notified of the juror’s selections by March 18, 2024. Woodmere may retain images of accepted works for the duration of the exhibition for publicity and archival purposes.
Accepted works must be accompanied by a high-resolution digital image (JPG, 300 DPI, 5 x 7 in. minimum) for the digital exhibition catalogue.
Artists will be responsible for delivery (delivery will take place in mid-May) and retrieval (retrieval will take place in early September) of accepted artworks to and from Woodmere Art Museum. All accepted works MUST remain for the duration of the exhibition. Works will be insured from the date of delivery to the date of retrieval. Woodmere is not responsible for any shipping or handling costs.
All work must be exhibition ready.
The Woodmere Annual: 82nd Juried Exhibition will be on view June 8–September 1, 2024.
Ten prizes totaling over $2,000 will be awarded by the juror.
Artists must currently reside within fifty miles of the Museum. Works by undergraduate students are ineligible for submission.
Works in the exhibition will NOT be listed for sale.
Only artworks that have not been exhibited at Woodmere Art Museum are eligible for submission.
Woodmere Art Museum reserves the right to reject any accepted artwork that does not meet the standards for display, eligibility rules listed above, is deemed unsafe, differs from the artist's photo(s) and/or description, or for any other reason.
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